Each time I go there, I can’t help but wonder why it isn’t packed… but it’s obvious that the people who go there, such as myself , are regulars and that they want to keep this place- and it’s ambiance- all to themselves. I am about to let the cat out of the bag!
Saturday evening and craving for some different food. Why not Mexican today? With a new restaurant just open in the Red Sea Mall the choice is easy, and off I went to try “On the Border”! Located on the first floor of the Red Sea Mall, opposite the Krispy Kreme, On the Border looks very inviting..
Jeddah has seen a huge boom in the number of new restaurants in the past few years. There are so many new eateries that you could probably eat at a different place every time you go out. Some of these new restaurants prove successful and are here to stay while others are less fortunate. However, I would
My girls and I were tired of our usual restaurants on the Al-Andalus Strip, so we decided to try something different.
First, meet my girls: J.J., age 2, loves knives, ketchup, friendly waiters and food from anybody’s plate except hers. Lili, age 5, loves mango juice and thinks Fuddrucker’s is the ultimate in gourmet dining.
When Jeddah Food heard that Ruby Tuesday recently had a reshuffle and was under new management and with a new menu. We thought it was about time to give this American diner a look, it was also after 9pm on a Tuesday! (how very appropriate we thought). Located on Andalus Street right across from TGI […]
Samadi is a great little Middle Eastern Bakery tucked between Goodies and the Ligne Roset furniture store on Rawdah Street. Just before you come to Big Bite and the Bamboo Lobster Restaurant. They specialize in Arabic pastries, sweets and cakes, and are one of the better bakeries in town.In Ramadan their sweets are increasingly popular […]
Saied Restaurant is located just in front of the Gulf Plaza building on Madinah Road, just after King Saud Mosque if you are heading towards Madinah. The interior is much like that of Al Baik inside, with simple chairs and tables for dining, more seating is available upstairs for families,
As malls seem now as the top (and only) family entertainment option we have here in Jeddah. Eating out in them is inevitable. The problem I have is that if you don’t want to have a meal from one of the international fast-food places, then you’re stuck with not so great options. Where the Iranian food tastes Arabic, and the Arabic tastes Indian..
I take Indonesian food seriously. Perhaps way too seriously at times. The fact that I have Indonesian roots, and have been exposed to Indonesian cuisine for as long as I can remember, comes a long way in explaining the obsession. Which is why I always take great care before giving away the distinction..
Mr Saj is another venue in Al Hamra District than many of you must be familiar with. Setup in 2007 it is nestled between the offices of Utopia Design and Paninos, just along the road from the Al Hamra Hospital in the 6th District. It sells Healthy food with an arabic style’ according to their web site.
Abu Zaid Restaurants specialize in Mutabag and Maasoob, both local Saudi Dishes that are a great alternative to the usual Shawurma or Franchised takeaways Jeddah has to offer. Some of the desserts on offer were in the past only served in Ramadan although now they are available all year round.